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Getting a puppy is such an exciting time but there is also a lot to prepare for. This week our Vet and Nutritionist answer your questions about feeding puppies and how to help give them the best possible start…
Puppies are born without teeth. By the time they are 8 weeks old, they have 28 ‘temporary’ puppy teeth that are super sharp and enable your puppy to eat solid food, aswell as chew lots of things they shouldn't!
‘Tis the season to wrap up and warm up with some hearty foods - why not share the festivities with your dog this winter too? Here are five top tips to ensure your pooch is just as cozy and safe as you over the colder months.
Feeding your dog a balanced, natural diet is vital to their overall health and wellbeing. With approximately 50% of our dogs being classified as overweight or obese, it is also crucial to consider how much, as well as what, you feed your dogs for optimal health.
At Different Dog, we’re not only passionate about dogs, but the environment too, which is why being kind to the planet is part of every decision we make. Read our blog on our sustainable packaging.
We all know the saying "you are what you eat" and here at Different Dog, like so many pet parents around the country, we believe the same goes for the four-legged members of the family too.
Easter is a time of celebration, with plenty of sweets, chocolate, and more, however, it’s always important to remember the harmful dangers that these treats pose to our four-legged pals.
2018 was a great year here at Different Dog, but it already seems a distant memory. Luckily, 2019 is set to be even bigger and better as we carry on our mission to make dogs healthier and happier, one dog at a time through healthier, natural food.
As we head in to winter and the temperature drops, be sure to keep your dog safe and warm. Here are some top tips to ensure that your dog is happy and healthy in the colder months.
With Christmas approaching it's not just humans who can enjoy some festive turkey. Our nutritionist explains what benefits dogs can get from eating Turkey and other ingredients in our Festive Feast.